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SEBI recommends a framework to regulate Algo Trading 🏛
On Dec 9th, 2021, SEBI released a consultation paper to receive comments & views on regulating Algo trading & unauthorized algo providers.
Aasan bhasha mein…
SEBI has a consultative paper on API based automated trading with brokers – – All api based trading will be called "algo" trading – Every such algo must be approved by exchange – Algos to get unique ids so they will know who started each orderhttps://t.co/OBUOtGKuFi
SEBI recommendations can be classified into three buckets:
Know your Algo
The stockbroker needs to take the approval for all algos from the stock exchange. Each algo strategy has to be certified by Information Systems Auditor (CISA)/ Diploma in Information System Audit (DISA) auditors.
Once these algos are certified, they will be given a unique algo ID. Exchanges will only allow certified algos to execute.
Protect the retail investor
There are many unregulated & unauthorized third-party algo providers. They are luring investors with high & guaranteed returns. They should be regulated.
Their services should be bought under the nature of investment advisory services (SEBI RIA & RA).
Instructions for the brokers & exchanges
All brokers should take permission from stock exchanges to provide algo trading.
The stockbrokers should implement checks & balances like price range, quantity check, order value check, cumulative open order value, etc.
The stock exchange shall identify the dysfunctional algos and advice brokers to shut them down.
All orders emanating from an API should be treated as an algo order.
India’s largest stockbroker isn’t pleased. Nithin Kamath of Zerodha, in his blog post, said, “The broker will now have to get exchange approvals for any algo—an extremely tedious and complex process”. He also mentioned that implementing this will push all brokers to stop offering APIs, which isn’t a good step in this technology-driven world.
Currently, this is a consultation paper, and SEBI has invited views & comments. We expect things to evolve.
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